Magician Apprentice: Vol. 1 - Raymond E. Feist Reviews
Description:ISBN 0785127224 / Genre: Graphic Novels / Comics / Author: Raymond E. Feist; Michael Avon Oeming; Bryan J. L. Glass / Edition: Direct Ed / Hardcover / 168 Pages / Book is published 2007-05-16 by Marvel Comics / Second title in the Riftwar Series.
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Rage of a Demon King - Raymond E. FeistThe War comes home (195 words)
by John Rickard - written on 04/03/01, updated on 04/03/01 (Useful, 21 readings)
Once again, the Serpent Wars sage springs a surprise. This is only book three of four, but the enemy army that we know has been threatening the Kingdom of the Isles since book one arrives now. This time we follow Erik von Darkmoor, as he rises through the ranks of the rapidly expanding Kingdom army, and plays his part in the preparations for the battle, and then in the battle itself. This time, Roo Avery, star of Rise of a Merchant Prince is in the background, although still active, but we get to see much more of the wizards, in particular Pug and Macros the Black, and also of the older versions of characters from the first books, including Jimmy the Hand, now duke of Krondor, and his ...
Rage of a Demon King - Raymond E. FeistFrom across the sea they come... (426 words)
by cjkace - written on 18/05/01, updated on 18/05/01 (Very useful, 33 readings)
The third book of Feist's Serpentwar Saga, continues directly on from Rise of a Merchant Prince, with the Kingdom of the Isles preparing for the invasion of the Emerald Queen's Army. By this time Rupert Avery has become the richest man in the Kingdom, assisted by James, the Duke of Krondor, so that he can use the money to prop up the Kingdom during this war. The head of the army is Owen Greylock, and Erik von Darkmoor has become the second in command, outranking many of the nobles (which pisses them off to the extreme) as the invasion force makes it's way across the sea. During a scouting operation, Pug discovers the true nature of the Emerald Queen, and is injured ...
Rise of a Merchant Prince - Raymond E. FeistA bold change of style (187 words)
by John Rickard - written on 04/03/01, updated on 04/03/01 (19 readings)
the Kingdom. His enemies are fell merchants rather than demonic agents or the forces of evil, but that doesn't make them any less dangerous. This is perhaps the key to this series - each book is different in style - one could almost suggest they were written as some sort of exercise, but they are still fantastically well written page turners, just like everything else Raymond Fiest writes. ...